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When you present to the emergency room with the heart attack, you're initially given aspirin for therapy and some other form of anti-platelet agent, whether it be Clopidogrel or Ticagrelor. Once the diagnosis has been made, you're taking rapidly to the cath lab to open up the blockages of your heart by putting in a stent or balloon angioplasty. Once you've gotten your arteries reperfused, you then go on to be treated with other medications, to include cholesterol medications, blood pressure, medications, and medications for diabetes if you do have diabetes.

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Jacqueline Eubany, MD

Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology

  • Board certified cardiologist and electrophysiologist
  • Served in the US Navy for 12 years where she was responsible for the healthcare of active duty military, including war veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan
  • Inducted as a fellow in the prestigious American College of Cardiology, and in the Heart Rhythm Society

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